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After an unlikely and inspirational 2016 AFL Premiership victory, the Western Bulldogs soon fell back into old habits.

With a significant portion of their flag-winning side either retiring or moving elsewhere over the next two years, the Dogs missed the finals in 2017 and slipped even further to finish 13th in 2018.

Things are looking up again for Luke Beveridge and his charges, however, and there is a sense of optimism around the Kennel after consecutive top-eight finishes in 2019 and 2020.

What does the season ahead hold for the 2016 premiers? Let’s take a look at the latest AFL odds and futures markets for the upcoming season.

About the Western Bulldogs

Established: 1877
Home ground: Etihad Stadium
Coach: Luke Beveridge
Captain: Marcus Bontempelli
Premierships: 2 – 1954, 2016
2020 ladder finish: 7th (10-7)

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Updated Western Bulldogs futures betting

2020 Premiership Top 4 Brownlow Odds Rising Star Odds Coleman Odds
Mar $11 $3.25 M Bontempelli $11 J Ugle-Hagan $7 A Naughton $41
Apr $9 $2.75 M Bontempelli $9 J Ugle-Hagan $15 J Bruce $15
May $5.50 $1.60 M Bontempelli $6.50 J Ugle-Hagan $21 J Bruce $26
Jun $5.50 $1.30 M Bontempelli $4.50 C Weightman $29 A Naughton $12
Jul $4.50 $1.05 M Bontempelli $2.50 C Weightman $18 J Bruce $12
Aug $4.20 M Bontempelli $2.25 C Weightman $26 J Bruce $34

Best Western Bulldogs bets for the 2021 AFL season

Where are the best Western Bulldogs bets in the AFL futures markets that matter?

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Bulldogs players to watch in 2021

Aaron Naughton AFL bettingAaron Naughton
Born: 30/11/1999
Games: 53
Goals: 49
Position: Forward

Aaron Naughton came into the 2020 season with huge expectations on him, but he failed to live up to the hype he had cultivated with his athletic, high-flying displays the year before. The West Australian is only a young pup, however, and will only get better with age.

Bailey Dale AFL bettingBailey Dale
Born: 22/7/1996
Games: 59
Goals: 60
Position: Utility

Bailey Dale has been something of a fix-it man during his six seasons with the Dogs, showing great ability without ever nailing down a regular spot. He is tipped for a move to the half-back line in 2021, and that should give him the perfect platform to display his terrific passing range by foot.

Josh Dunkley AFL bettingJosh Dunkley
Born: 9/1/1997
Games: 78
Goals: 42
Position: Midfielder

Not unlike Dale, Josh Dunkley has been the victim of his own versatility in recent times. He has had stints as a forward and even as a second ruckman, but we all know that this guy is one of the competition’s best ball-winners. Will Dunkley see much time in the middle now that Adam Treloar is also in the mix?

Western Bulldogs records

Most matches: Brad Johnson – 364 (1994-2010)
Most goals kicked in one match: Kelvin Templeton – 15
Most Best & Fairest awards: Scott West – seven
Most goals in a season: Kelvin Templeton – 118
Most career goals: Simon Beasley – 575

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